Thu, April 05, 2012
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Kim Kardashian tweets bikini picture

2012-04-05 02:55:13 GMT2012-04-05 10:55:13(Beijing Time)

Kim Kardashian posts a picture of herself on Twitter, creating the illusion of an identical twin

Kardashian was spotted this morning arriving at LAX airport looking sharp in a monochrome ensemble

As usual her hair was perfectly preened as she prepared to board a flight

Even Kim Kardashian seems to be aware that ANOTHER bikini picture is somewhat desentising.

So the reality star has come up with a novel way to keep fans interested in her.

Curvaceous Kim tweeted a snapshot of herself in a white bikini, in addition to photoshopping a mirror image of herself to create two versions of herself posing back to back.

The soft-focus lens Instagram picture was simply accompanied with the caption: 'Double trouble'.

As she gazed seductively into the lens, Kim raises herself on what appears to be the side of a pool.

The 31-year-old then leans on her hands, arches her back and protrudes her infamous derrière.

Ironically, despite the overtly personal image, Kim insists she wants more of a 'private' life.

She told Cosmopolitan: 'We [as a family] know that we put ourselves in the public eye. We love doing our reality show and it's opened doors for us to have clothing lines... and do things that we've always dreamed of. So it comes with the territory and we know that.

'But as I get older and go through certain things, it's made me want to be more of a private person.'

Meanwhile, as Kim looks rather slender in the Twitter picture, younger sister Khloe, 27, says their mother Kris Jenner is allowed to call her fat.

She revealed: 'My mum believes in us more than we believe in ourselves, but she is also our manager and trying to protect our brand.

'She'll say, "Oh, you're a little too fat right now." If she were just my manager, I'd have fired her right then. You can't talk to me like that!'



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